+5■ (16710) HiveCell : Universal Beehive Cell-like Capsule-Hotel-like Car Connectable into Buildings and Spaces
+1■ (18856) Diagnostic Mosquitoes as Body Boring Machines : Evolve mosquitoes with long proboscises, then photolitographically print a microcircuit to interface with their brain, connect and train a neural net to control it.
+1| (19244) Imaginary auction shop : Why not a shop with imaginary products and services in it? And you bid the price that you want to pay for that product, you also commit to long term spending on the product, you actually stake money, so if the product is created, you are obligated to pay for it
+2| (18403) Shapeflow : Generalization of Tetris: A strategic game with a variety of morphing shapes flowing through topological holes (like digestive tract) with increasing variety and speed, and complementaries (like matching Tetris bricks) that interact to break down into smaller ones, and a global goal to sustain their flow from clogging the system.
-8| (19220) Postgres synchronization solution : I want to take one set of data and synchronize it with another set where there could be changed to columns, new rows and deleted rows
-7| (19122) Document database backed by keyvalue storage : Implement a documentDB backed by keyvalue storage with efficient querying
-8| (19235) Parallel multithreaded actors without locks : Implement efficient scalable multiple thread communication
0| (19235) Using the CPU efficiently : This idea is ideas on how to use the CPU efficiently, to use CPU to solve problems and use the resource what it is capable of
-7| (19224) Efficient multithreaded server : Use epoll and pthread to create a multithreaded multiplexed connection server
0| (19221) Money valuation as a continuous wave function like the stock market : Imagine being capable of affording something really expensive one minute but not the next? This is how dynamic production could be
0| (19219) Skill and Command allocation system : A list of people, their skill profiles and then a button to allocate and offer of work to them, based on their skills. Another section of the app, which is a list of problems, and a report on the problem from many people's perspective's such as Google Doc.
+1| (19219) Distributed command and coordination : How does a loosely organised group of people get work done?
0| (19219) Minimum flow rate minimum pay : The problem with minimum pay is the Iron Law of Wages is that everything leads to 0 over time. Imagine a flexible pricing system where the pricing is set to set a minimum break even for the supplier
+1| (19219) Non exhausting labour : The funny thing about workers is that they pay their own bills AND the bills of the employer (assuming a company is cash flow positive), whereas the employer only puts up an initial set of funding, which gets expired, and they rely on workers for income, so why do capital owners get paid again and again for the same funding but workers don't?
-1550.6| (16665) 0 > oo : Global financial think-tank for pursuing goals together.
+2| (19176) Principle of Balancing Transparency with Capability : Parametrize the balance between privacy and transparency, with the level of capability.
0| (19166) Dressing up future humans : How might we classify clothing elements and imagine new ones?
0| (19021) W.BART : Transform clothes, transform feelings
-15.5| (19044) KOKONO : Evolving communication
0| (18660) o2oo Feature Requests : What functionality do we want at online makerspace? Base Administration
0| (19197) Capped debt : The problem with debt is if something fails, the debt provided an unlimited risk, we want failure to have a minimum cost.
0| (19200) Funding-Work-Revenue cross dependency : To get something created and sustainable you need money and customers, to get customers you need something created. To get something created you need worker. To get funding you need something you're going to create. It's such a vicious cycle that has no obvious opening. If people could get together to create a product, they could all profit in excess of a salary.
0| (19209) Scaling trust : There's spam, scams, lying, malware and thieving on the internet and in the world for material gain. How do we scale security and trust?
+1| (19197) Coffee shop queue : A large room arranged with efficiently arranged chairs and tables, to be used as a queue, people are called out in turn
-10| (19206) Creating a scalable storage server : I'm going to set up Ceph on Vagrant multimachine to see if I can create a growable storage cluster
0| (19203) Invention code : Imagine there's a list of attributes that you can design something to have and there's a list of implementations to those attributes. This looks like a nested list of numbers [, [3,2, [0, 2, 3], 3, 2]]] where each placement corresponds to a known property of that invention.
0| (19200) Synchronize Postgresql databases : Imagine issuing a COPY TO query for every table in a database and then syncing the resulting CSV with other nodes. We can add a version column to every table so we avoid syncing unnecessarily. Conflict detection could be implemented by showing multiple copied and marking one as active.
-3| (19198) Nested loops with index locality : Can we loop and avoid cache misses for computer performance?
0| (19197) Unlimited upside debt and debt tax autopayment : The risk of debt is that someone can default on their debt, but that person shall eventually earn money, we can guarantee repayment of debt by taxing that person after essential expenses and repaying the debt without the debt growing unsustainably
0| (19197) Human block hotel : There is an affordable housing shortage. Imagine a crane and a building that is filled with capsules for human sleeping, when you want to go to sleep, you get into an empty capsule and the door closes and then you are picked up by the crane and put onto a pile of capsules. When you want to get out, you press a button and the crane moves boxes around to get you out. People at the bottom wait longer to get out but they do get out eventually. There would be emergency failsafes too, in case you get stuck.
0| (19197) Guaranteed return : From an investors perspective, if someone wants to do something and they think it shall create lots of money, I kind of want to give them money in return for a guaranteed return of whatever they earn. We need some form of economic obligation to return this return. The current mechanism is debt, but this doesn't really work in both parties' interests due to the punitive effects of debt
0| (19196) How to get people to do things for you - worker escrow : I think o2oo.io should have a jobs section with numerical amounts of money attached to them. I can pay people to work on something for me.
+1| (19195) Virtual GoodReward thank tokens/shares : Issue tokens to people when they do something good for you, can be redeemed for favours later
0| (19196) Front offloading risk strategies : Everything entails risk of failure, we can manage risk of failure by front loading terms so that losses from failure is limited, insurance is an example, it protects against adverse effects, there are funding strategies that offload risk from the attempt, such as Pipe which exchanges subscribers for capital
+1| (19196) Active investment gives poor returns : Actively managed investments rarely return more than the whole market. It's almost as if intelligence doesn't help Active investment is the act of researching companies and initiatives and deciding what to invest in. Unfortunately the returns from this activity are less than investing in index funds. Index funds represent a bit of everything or the whole market. Ironically an index is actively decided upon, the criteria to be included in the index is a decision. Some companies enter or leave an index based on revenue or other criteria.
0| (19196) The Predicament of Having Nothing or society is terrible : To survive, you need money, to get money you need to provide services to others or provide value, to provide value you need money, to get a job you need to provide value, nobody pays you before you work a month, for things to be easier for you, someone else needs to do work on your behalf, every man carries his own burden, nobody is willing to extend a debt to someone else unless they're rewarded for it, Life is difficult if you have nothing.
0| (19188) The irreversibility of commitment : If you decide to do something, you need to exist with the fact you did it. You cannot get egg from a baked cake. In other words, when you get a job or start a business you are committed to it. I want to remove this feeling that I cannot relax due to commitments..
0| (19194) Eventual consistency strategies : Eventual consistency is database state that eventually looks the same everywhere. It assumes a multiple replica database. Each replica is available during a partition. So updates can occur to the same data. You need some way of resynchronizing changed that interfere with eachother
0■ (19194) A bug: youtube player MUTE/UNMUTE order automatically when an AD streams suddenly to avoid hearing it! : A feature to turn on when you listen to a relaxing track that mutes adss
+8| (18441) Dimensions of Happiness : Define abstract dimensions, that correlate best with people's happiness, and model people's movement in that space, to intentionally achieve social bliss.
0| (19191) Trillions rows multiplied by a trillion rows : How to write efficient code to multiply two lists of trillion numbers
+2| (19191) Metaphorical programming : I feel that abstractions in programming are not powerful enough. What we really want to program with is metaphors. So I imagine complicated systems visualised a network of pipes like a circuit board. And I can introduce the metaphor of cars driving around a network. A loop is a depot that produces cars around a circuit. You can have visibility and observability of a system by rendering dataflow visually.
+2■ (16694) XMaze : Computer game for students: theory on the walls, problem solutions unlock the doors.
+1| (19191) Conway's law : The structure of software resembles the communication between organisations or individuals. There is a homomorphism of software component to component.
0| (19189) Writing flexible reusable software : Writing software that does a thing is fairly straightforward. Writing software that can adapt to change is difficult. It's challenging to write software that can be easily customised. It's a completely different approach to build adaptable software
0| (18768) Treenity : To organize world of data types, and lowcoding
-11.5| (19181) Schedulable lightweight virtual processes and concurrent loops : An approach to building concurrent software
0| (18531) Automated API traversal : Armed with a thesaurus and an almanac of system functionality we can write robots that program themselves
0| (19184) Maximising use of the CPU : Imagine a 2 dimensional diagram where each Y is a separate thread and X is time. You want work to fill the 2 dimensional diagram. Unfortunately most people's for loops look like a sequential row on a table, rather than a column. You want rows and columns to be filled. can we write an algorithm that fills the rows and columns with work and coordinates communication automatically?
0| (19184) Errors have resumable error codes : I was told how to get the Nth product on Stackoverflow, he also told me how to get the product number from a product! Which you must understand how useful that is. Error messages can be completely retried and resumed with this information. I only need to log or print out a special error code and the user can retry from where they left off!